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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 6, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Contact Sports Editor Bryan Adams at 6259144 SPORTS Saturday October 2001 IB Astros pull tied with Cards after 21 win Berkman blasts gametying HR LOUIS AP No longer worried about how to pitch Barry the Houston Astros could get back to winning Lance Berkman hit a gametying home run in the eighth inning and a goahead RBI double with two outs in the ninth as Houston beat Louis 21 Friday night to move into a tie for first in the NL Central with the The win wasnt sealed until Billy Wagner got Placido Polanco to hit into a game ending double play with the bases It was the kind of if you you could just Astros manager Larry Dierker We which snapped a six game losing is a NLleading 4831 on the setting a fran chise record for wins away from BERKMAN The Astros were just swept in a threegame series at home to San The Houston fans spent more time more time booing their pitchers for working around Bonds than cheering their own playing at home lately has felt like youre on the Dierker Being on the you expect everybody to be against but I just think the guys seem to feel more comfortable away from Both the Cardinals and Astros would clinch the playoffs if San Francisco lost later Friday against Los The who had won sev en of eight and 16 of also lost Mark McGwires home run recoid as Bonds hit 71 and 72 in San They need to win the last two games of the seasonclosing threegame series to repeat as Cen tral They would lose a tiebreaker to the who lead the season series Defeats like this sting man ager Tony La Russa I we played as hard as we we tried to make everything it just Fridays Game Astros Cardinals 1 Astros next game at Louis noon today Word spread of Bonds record 71st homer in San Francisco as McG who struck out all four at was at the plate in the Bonds hit his 72nd homer later in the The Busch Scoreboard briefly Hashed that Bonds had hit But it had happened so fast that most fans didnt even see JESSIE Canyons Brooke goes up for a block against Smithson Valleys Lindsey Schaal as Katy Douglass 5 looks during Fridays match at Cougarettes rally to beat Rangers Unicorns down Boerne in two FROM STAFF REPORTS For the second time in three the Canyon Cougarettes rallied after los ing the first game to win the next two Friday night against Smithson The Cougarettes 258 51 in district main tained their lead in District 15 13 win over the Arden Tunnell led the Cougarettes with 15 kills and had two Lindsey Van Horn rejected a teamhigh put down 11 served up three aces and had 11 Randi Freeman turned in 15 digs and Erin Fye had Free man also had two Ash ley Bird handed out a match high 33 Katie Kern led the Rangers with 14 13 one block and one Jenny RatlifF scored 11 kills and one Rachel Woodard stuffed a teamhigh five Lindsey Schaal added 13 one block and one Selena Guenther saved 11 digs and served up one Katy Douglass dished out 31 assists and had one The Rangers fell to 1713 overall this season and 24 in Smithson Valley next plays Fredericksburg 06 at 7 Tuesday at Canyon plays Boerne 33 at 7 Tuesday at Cougar New Braunfels The New Braunfels Uni corns needed overtime in two games Friday night knock off District 274A VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS All Dist Canyon 258 51 New Braunfels 1513 42 Kerrville Tivy 1812 42 Boerne 217 33 Smithson Valley 1713 24 Fredericksburg 418 06 2 Canyon Smithson Valley New Boerne Kerrville Fridays matches Canyon Smithson New Braunfels 1614 Kerrville Tivy Tuesdays matches Boeme at 7 New Braunfels at Kerrville 7 Fredericksburg at Smithson 7 12 Kerrville Tivy at New Braunfels at 6 Smithson Valley at the Boerne 17 at With the the Unicorns 42 pulled into a two way tie with the Kerrville Tivy Antlers 42 for second Chelsea Cornelius led all Unicorns with 10 She also had four Jackie Lucas recorded a teamhigh five blocks and added nine Karen Popp led the Uni corns in digs with 13 and Gin Mozeley had Amanda Jer gins set up 24 assists and served up two New Braunfels next plays at 6 Tuesday in Freder Huge heartbreaker Gomez runs for 177 3 IDs in loss BY BRYAN ADAMS Sports Editor Tailing 2113 near the start of the fourth the Lockhart Lions drove 69 yards on 14 against the Canyon Cougars and Ben Baileys 9yard touch down run cut Canyons lead to The twopoint conversion failed when Brandon Davis pass fell incomplete and it looked as if the Cougars had their first win of the season locked Lockharts WillHoyle recovered the ensu ing onside kick with a little more than three min utes to play in the GOMEZ On fourth down and eight yards away from a first Davis connected with Donavan Harkin on a 45 yard pass play over the mid dle that appeared to be the gamewinning an illegal block penalty against Lockhart brought the ball back to the Canyon The Canyon defense kept the Lions out of the endzone on the next six but a 28yard field goal by Blair Forester the first attempt ed by the Lions this season split the uprights and gave the Lions a 2221 They just came up and made some big plays at the Canyons junior run ning back Jason Gomez CHRIS Canyon running back Jason Gomez fights for extra yards Friday night during the Cougars 2221 loss to the Lockhart Lions at Lion We played but we just came up on the wrong side of the score Gomez rushed for a sea sonhigh 177 yards and three touchdowns on 38 car ries in the losing Id take it all back just to get a Gomez The Cougars controlled time of possession for most of the game including a 13play 66yard drive that ate up more than six minutes of the second Gomez capped off the drive with a twoyard blast through the right side of the line for his third touch down of the Our guys worked really hard in practice all week and when we got to the game you could tell everybody wanted to win this one real ly Gomez We shouldve Everybody played I ran as hard as I but I have to give all the props to the offensive They played a great Lockhart made it 1413 with left in the third quarter on a fiveyard run up the middle by fullback Alan After an ille gal procedure penalty moved the Lions back five Foresters extra point attempt was wide See Judson edges Clemens in SOT Buffaloes lose 4842 to Rockets BY RANDY MARTIN NBHZ Correspondent CONVERSE Chauncy Campbell rushed for 277 yards and five touchdowns to help the Judson Rockets score a wild 4842 triple over time win over Clemens and gain the upper hand in the District Needing any score to win the game after the Buffaloes failed to score on their third overtime the Rockets kept feeding Camp It took juat three plays for him to find the endzone and send the home crowd into a frenzy with a fouryard gamewinning It did not appear like it would be the heavyweight tilt that was Judson turned an early deficit into a 217 lead at halftime on JESSIE Clemens Brad Wahl runs circles around the Rocket defense on the way to the Buffaloes second touchdown of the shortly after the second half of play three straight possessions after Clemens 59yard touch down run by Pony on its first possession of the who also had a big but was overshad owed by finished with 188 yards and three The Rockets would take the lead with some big plays of their getting touchdown runs of 17 and 32 yards from Campbell and a 52yard run by quar terback John Morales on an See Scores AREA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES 28 Medina Valley Canyon 7 New Braunfels Round Rock Stony Point 7 Smithson Valley Waco University 7 Clemens San Antonio Churchill 9 Marion Shiner 8 Fridays games Lockhart Canyon 21 New Braunfels idle Smithson Valley idle Judson Clemens 42 Marion idle 12 Kerrville Tivy at New Braunfels at Smithson Valley at Clemens at San Antonio East San Antonio West Campus at
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